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September 28, 1928 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-09-28

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KS AND ENDS DRILL ON FORWARD PASS DEFENC

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nPENN ANT RACES, NEARING FINISH, 1
6I RUNCOVER FOUR TITLE CONTENDERS
With the big league baseball defense, both infield and outfield,
teams thundering down towards t is admittedly weak, but with the
U T[the finish line of the 1928 pennant I A 1rThm V m Wml,

ADDI[D O1500,O EXPECTED TO WITNESS
WOLVERINE GRIDDERS THIS

Michigan, for the past decade
one of intercollegiate football's
greatest drawing cards may, very
Farrell Warits Squad of Fifty From possibly,appear before more.per-
Which to fick Men for Big sons this year in its quest for 1928
Ten Competition gridiron laurels than any other col-
lege teams in the country. A con-
,; - servative estimate places the sea-

"K ST MEt I URA W Z2/
With only 25 men reporting,
Coach Farrell is desirous of obtain-
ing a better turnout for the Var-
sity cross country team. A squad
of 50 candidajes is wanted by the
coach in ordet that a capable team
may be picked for Big Ten compe-
tition.
Cross-country suffered a lossI
when two of the stars on the 1931
freshman team did not return to
the squad. Groehn, winner of the
all-campus run last fall, is ineli-
gible, having received his A. B.
degree last June, although he is
now enrolled in the Law school..
Toth, another good sophomore
prospect, failed to return to school
this semester.
Ten men will be selected to rur)
in each of the regularly scheduled
meets. Captain Wuerfel and Mon-
roe, each with two year's experi-
ence, are the outstanding candi-
dates for the team. Other runners
who will make bids for regular
berths are Jesson, Smith, Kennedy.
Aubrey, Grunow, Herbert, and
Lowmaster.

sons attendance well over the 500,-
000 mark.
Ticket sales to date are consid-
erably ahead of last year's record
figures. During the past week 2,-
454 more pasteboards have been ap-
plied for than during the corres-
ponding period last year. From all
indications it can with much cer-
tainty be predicted that the Wis-
. .t.
Freshmen Participate
In Many Tournaments
Freshmen entering the Univer-
sity this fall were given an elabor-
ate program of athletics activities
during Freshmen Week by the Ath-
letic association.
'Tournaments were held in swim-
ming, bowling, rifle shooting, ten-
nis, inter-group baseball, golf
horseshoes, handball, and squash
Winners in the tourneys:
Handball, Cahill; Squash, R. B.
Engle; Horseshoes, singles, Cleaver,
doubles, Cleaver and Fry; Golf, J
l Lenfesty, and H. E. Pruyn, tied
with a 42 on the University course

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